Conveniently located approximately three miles west of downtown Spokane, River Run is a premier residential community.

Residents enjoy river views, a close proximity to downtown Spokane, convenient access north or south, and easy access to Spokane International Airport and Interstate I-90. Enjoy the many common areas, paved trail system and tree lined entrances.

River Run is located in the Hutton Elementary, Sacajawea Middle and Lewis & Clark High School districts.  Spokane Falls Community College is an easy walk. The development features quality builders for your home building experience.

Directions: From I-90:

Exit I-90 using the Maple Street exit when traveling east or west.  Then travel north on Maple Street, turn left on to Second Avenue and continue west to Sunset Blvd (go past the Rosauers store and and bear right — DO NOT take the underpass).  Right on Goverment Way at the stop light, and travel about one and a half miles, pass the cemetaries, and turn right into development (just prior to W. Fort George Wright Drive). This is part of the Bloomsday route.

Nearby landmarks:  Spokane Falls Community College and Life Center Church.



We ask that all residents of the development submit their e mail addresses to the address included in each of the River Run Ramblings newsletters or use the registration information located on this page.   Suggestions, additional River Run information, and feedback is welcome from all residents in River Run.

calendarThe annual River Run HOA meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. the evening of Tuesday, September 6, 2016. It will be held at the Life Center Church.  Two board members are up for election at this meeting.  In addition, there will be an update on the activities of the River Run Home Owners Association.

If you are interested in running for one of these Board positions please contact any of the current Board Members using this link.

Please mark your calendar.

IMG_0044All new and existing residents of River Run are reminded that access to this area will be restricted commencing at approximately 7:30 am on Sunday, May 1, 2016 due to the Bloomsday event.  The streets reopen at approximately 1:00 pm.  Look for signs to be posted by City of Spokane crews at the entrances of River Run by the end of the week.  Streets near the start (downtown Spokane) and finish (Monroe Street Bridge) are closed beginning at 5:00 a.m., and reopen about 2:00 p.m. Other streets on the Bloomsday course begin closing at 7:30 a.m. and reopen after the final walkers pass. This will be as early as 11:00 a.m. for Riverside west of Monroe, and as late as 2:00 p.m. for Broadway west of Monroe.

For more information, contact the Bloomsday officials or the City of Spokane.

reminderMorgana Seidita has initiated a Community Yard Sale on Saturday, May 21 from 9am-3pm. Each interested neighbor will set up their own items and manage them at their own house. Morgana will post signs closer to the event day. For more information, her contact email is

lightsAvista is exploring replacing existing street light bulbs with brighter, high-efficiency bulbs. Remember that our street lights are maintained by Avista, but we pay the electricity bills. If you notice a street light out, the number for Avista Customer Service is: 800-227-9187. There is also a form available on their website.

Reminder: homeowner address lights are to be maintained. Several are dark throughout the neighborhood. Think of this as a safety issue…

“Grab” 2016-04-24 at 10.15.34 AMWe have scheduled a River Run neighborhood Spring Fling on Saturday, May 14, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. We will provide hot dogs, grill space, condiments, tableware and tables. The rest is a potluck. Please bring whatever else you would like to grill and/or drink and maybe something to share. The goal is to meet your HOA Board and some of your neighbors. We also wanted to get the community involved in:

  • Sprucing up the play areas with new bark
  • Weeding play areas
  • Cleaning up debris from tree and trail trimmings. (We will provide garbage bags for you to drag home for your green bin…)

If you choose to help, please bring a shovel, rake and/or garden gloves. The park trees will be trimmed, the bark will be delivered and the pathway will be edged prior to the event.

bbBasketball hoops left on city streets violate Spokane Municipal Code, Section 12.02.0737, “Obstruction of Public Right of Way.” Basketball hoops are not allowed on City streets at any time. Note that this is not a violation of River Run CC&Rs. A complaint may be filed anonymously using this complaint form, which includes information required to be provided by the complaining party.

The City may cause the removal or destruction of such obstruction of the public way by notice of violation and may issue a civil infraction or bill for reimbursement of costs incurred.

For more information, here are links to the appropriate section in the SMC and a very informative Neighborhood FAQ:

The common-questions link has links to complaint forms for each violation.

If you have any other questions, please contact Bob Bordonaro @ 509-869-1658.

“Grab” 2016-04-24 at 10.08.14 AMSeveral neighbors have expressed concern about speeding in the River Run neighborhood and disregard for traffic rules. Some of your neighbors have been involved in a “Traffic Calming Study” with the City of Spokane for our neighborhood. Grant money through the West Central Neighborhood Council is available for this, but it will be a long process. In the meantime, please observe traffic laws already in place: the speed limit is 25 mph unless otherwise marked, all intersections in River Run are “uncontrolled” and when a school bus is loading and unloading, you must stop.

Below is our projected budget for 2016. We have increased projections for Mowing/Landscaping, Irrigation and Maintenance. All other expenses should remain the same as 2015.

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